The Bulletin – January 28

Church family night features food, games

GREENFIELD — The Stirring will offer Family Experience Night from 6 to 7 p.m. Sunday. It will feature crafts, food and games.

The Stirring is a church that meets in The Landing, 18 W. South St.

Local ministry seeks donated furniture

GREENFIELD — A local furniture ministry needs donations of specific types of furniture and appliances that have run low in its warehouse.

St. Michael Catholic Church coordinates the furniture ministry, partnering with Love INC. In some categories, there is a waiting list for items.

These are the items sought:

Any bed frame — twin, full or queen

Full-size box spring _ full

Mattresses — twin or full

Washers and dryers

Dressers or chests of drawers

Call Love INC at 317-468-6300 if you have any of these items to donate and want to arrange a time for pick-up.

Hog roast proceeds benefit area agencies

NEW PALESTINE — The King’s Table ministry of New Palestine Bible Church will offer a time of activities and sensory play for children with disabilities and their siblings from 1 to 4 p.m. Feb. 18 at the church’s ministry center, 5954 W. County Road 300S.

The ministry offers these sessions as a possible respite for parents. Doors open at 12:30 p.m. for some meet-and-greet time. Parents are welcome to remain for all or part of the time, or they can take some time for themselves while their children enjoy themselves.

There is no cost to attend, but parents should fill out a registration form at

For more information, call the church at 317-861-1210.

Hog roast money benefits groups

GREENFIELD — Funds from the 2016 Hog Roast at Curry’s Chapel United Methodist Church have benefited four local organizations.

Kenneth Butler Memorial Soup Kitchen, Hancock County Food Pantry, Hancock County Veterans Honor Guard and Life Choices each received a $250 donation in December from the event’s proceeds.

“Thanks to everyone who made this possible,” the church’s missions committee wrote in a news release. “We appreciate the community’s support of our dinners; we could not do this without you!”

Zion finishes third at Bible Quiz

INDIANAPOLIS — Zion Lutheran School’s Bible Quiz team placed third of seven teams in the Central Indiana Lutheran Schools Bible Quiz at Lutheran High School.

The competition was decided in three individual rounds — with one-point questions in the first round and two- and three-point questions, respectively, in the next two rounds — and one collaborative round. Zion racked up 84 points.

Dawn McKinley and Daryn Wilkins coached the team as it studied the book of Matthew for 12 weeks prior to the competition.

Knightstown church to serve dinner

KNIGHTSTOWN — Knightstown United Methodist Women will serve its annual chicken noodle dinner from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Feb. 4 in the fellowship hall of Knightstown United Methodist Church, 27 S. Jefferson St.

The menu features homemade chicken and noodles served with mashed potatoes, green beans, slaw, drink and homemade rolls, with homemade pie for dessert.

Donations will be accepted.

Area church provides free morning meal

GREENFIELD — Apostolic Pentecostal Church has begun serving a breakfast free to anyone from 9 to 9:45 a.m. Sundays, in time to eat before Sunday School begins at 10. The church is at 1202 E. Fifth St.